The University of Wisconsin's Population Health Institute released its third-annual county health rankings earlier this week, offering a huge pile of statistics on more than 3,000 U.S. counties that reveal, among other things, that fewer car crashes happen in the Northeast and teen pregnancy is high ... More >>
By the end of the year, Google is expected to start selling glasses that display up-to-date information about the nearby environment on a tiny screen embedded in the lens. The glasses, according to the New York Times, "will have a low-resolution built-in camera that will be able to monitor ... More >>
Open publication - Free publishing"A college food magazine needs to exist," said Miamian Audrey Scagnelli in a dorm room at her alma mater, George Washington University. Scagnelli is founder of College & Cook, an online magazine assembled by undergrads from Florida Gulf Coast, Georgetown, Washin ... More >>
This week's cover story about Mavericks in Education Florida explores the pitfalls of a for-profit charter school company that promises to help at-risk kids. Florida has been especially friendly to charter schools, allowing private companies to continue opening them using taxpayer dollars, e ... More >>
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